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  1. The Meditation of the Sad Soul (Littman Library of Jewish Civilization) by Abraham Bar Hiyya Savasorda, 1984-06-21
  2. 12th-Century Mathematicians: Omar Khayyám, Adelard of Bath, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Al-Khazini, Bhaskara Ii, Sharaf Al-Din Al-usi
  3. Spanish Astrologers: Abraham Ibn Ezra, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Ibn Arabi, Abu Ishaq Ibrahim Al-Zarqali, Arnaldus de Villa Nova
  4. Medieval European Mathematics: Fibonacci, Alcuin, Adelard of Bath, Thomas Bradwardine, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Jordanus de Nemore, Abacus School
  5. 1136 Deaths: Harald Iv of Norway, William de Corbeil, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Gwenllian Ferch Gruffydd, Hugues de Payens, Leopold Iii
  6. Spanish Mathematicians: Abraham Bar Hiyya, Enrique Zuazua, José Celestino Mutis, David Ríos Insua, Esteban Terradas I Illa
  7. Jewish Astrologers: Abraham Ibn Ezra, Jewish Views on Astrology, Philip Berg, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Mashallah, Jackie Stallone, David Gans
  8. Translators to Hebrew: Arabic-hebrew Translators, Latin-hebrew Translators, Jacob Anatoli, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Reuven Snir, Joseph Kimhi
  9. La Obra Sefer Hesbon Kahlekot Ha-kokabim De R. Abraham Bar Hiyya Ha-Bargeloni. Edicion Critica, Con Traduccion Introduccion y Notas Por Jose M. Millas Vallicrosa by Jose M. Millas, Ed. Abraham Bar Hiyya Ha-Bargeloni. Vallicrosa, 1959
  10. Spanish Jews: Ricardo Bofill, Jehuda Cresques, Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Petrus Alphonsi, Gabriel Milan, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Judah Halevi
  11. Catalan Astronomers: Abraham Bar Hiyya, Josep Comas Solà, Dionís Renart, Lupitus of Barcelona, Jaume Nomen
  12. Spanish Astronomers: Petrus Alphonsi, Abraham Bar Hiyya, Josef de Mendoza Y Ríos, Abu Ishaq Ibrahim Al-Zarqali, Antonio de Ulloa
  13. La Obra Forma De La Tierra De R. Abraham Bar Hiyya ha-Bargeloni by Abraham Bar Hiyya Savasorda, 1956-01-01
  14. Judaism As A Philosophy : The Philosophy of Abraham Bar Hiyya (1065 - 1143) by Leon D. Stitskin, 1960

61. Abraham Bar Hiyya Ha-Nasi Biography .ms
abraham bar hiyya HaNasi. abraham bar hiyya Ha-Nasi (1070 - 1136) was a Spanish Bar Hiyya wrote several scientific works in the fields of astronomy,
Abraham bar Hiyya Ha-Nasi
Abraham bar Hiyya Ha-Nasi ) was a Spanish Jewish mathematician and astronomer , also known as Savasorda (from the Arabic Sâhib as-Shurta). He lived in Barcelona ; and is remembered for his role in the dissemination of the quadratic equation . Bar Hiyya wrote several scientific works in the fields of astronomy , mathematics, land surveying and calendar calculations, as well as two religious works, Hegyon ha-Nefesh on repentance and Megillat ha-Megalleh on redemption. Even these religious works contain scientific and philosophical speculation. Bar Hiyya wrote all his works in Hebrew , not in Judaeo-Arabic of the earlier Jewish scientific literature, which makes him a pioneer in the use of the Hebrew language for scientific purposes. He also co-operated with Plato of Tivoli in the translation of scientific works from Arabic into Latin His Megillat ha-Megalleh (Scroll of the Revealer) was also astrological in nature. It claimed to forecast the messianic future.
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62. Jewish History
10601136 abraham bar hiyya (Spain). Spanish philosopher, mathematician, andscientist. Although he wrote in Hebrew (rather than in the common Arabic) many
1002-1070 ISAAC BEN ELIEZER HALEVI (Worms, Germany) Rabbi, teacher, liturgist - a student of Eliezer ben Isaac. After the death of Jacob ben Yakar Rashi joined his school.
1007 ROME (Italy) The Talmudic Academy was founded under Jacob Gaon and the three leaders of the community: Moses Ha Nasi, Abraham, and Shabbtai. Jacob Gaon was succeeded by Rabbi Jechiel and then by his son R' Nathan (see 1035) author of the Aruch. R' Nathan traced his family back to the scholars who were brought to Rome by Titus in 73 CE.
1008 CALIPH HAKIM (Egypt) The sixth Fatimid caliph began his rule. He pressured all non-Moslems, especially Christians, to convert. He is said to have forced Jews to wear a small "golden calf" around their necks. Al-Hakim proclaimed himself God's incarnation, disappeared, and was probably killed during a revolt. His confessor Darazi fled to the Syrian mountains where he proclaimed a new religion - the Druse (Druze). According to the Druze religion there have been ten incarnations of God with Al-Hakim being the last - and they await his second coming.
1010 JERUSALEM (Eretz Israel) Caliph Hakim of Egypt destroyed the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. The French Christian "Historian" Raoul Glaber (who had previously recorded that the Jews were the "Habitual ally of the Devil") claimed that the Jews were responsible for this. As a result, Jews were expelled from Limoges and other French towns.

63. Jewish History
1129 abraham bar hiyya (d.1136) (Spain). Philosopher, mathematician and astronomer.Published Meggilat HaMegaleh (Scroll of the Revealer) in which he
1100 July 25, HAIFA (Eretz Israel) Jewish residents joined with the Fatimids of Egypt in defending the city. Tancred, who unsuccessfully attacked Haifa, was reprimanded for his lack of success and told that he made "a mockery of the God of the Christians." Once the city fell, the remaining Jews were massacred by the crusading forces.
1100-1328 AGE OF THE TOSAFISTS (France) The name given to the descendants of Rashi . They added to, and reconciled his works with seeming contradictions in the Talmud , using many cross references to similar topics in other sections of the Talmud. Various schools studied and compiled these works. Each work was named after the school in which it was compiled, e.g. Tosafot Averu for the school of Moses of Evereux, etc.
1100-1135 REIGN OF HENRY I (England) Henry I granted a charter to Jews which allowed freer settlement, seeing it as a way to increase revenues.
1100-1171 (4 Tamuz 4931) JACOB BEN MEIR (France) Rabbenu Tam (Rameru, France). Youngest and most famous of the three grandsons of Rashi , and the most renowned of the Tosafists . He also studied Hebrew verse, wrote liturgical prayers and exchanged poems with Ibn Ezra. He convened a council of sages in which 150 Rabbis participated. The council was held in the shadow of the

64. Golden Age Of Jewish Culture In Spain: Information From
Jews in Spain abraham bar hiyya HaNasi Dunash ben Labrat golden age Jewish refugees Persecution of the Jews List of Jewish history topics
showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain Wikipedia @import url(; @import url(; Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain The Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain , also know as the Golden Age of Arab Rule in Spain , were the years between and in Spain and North Africa , a sort of Jewish renaissance that arose from the fusion of the Arab and Jewish intellectual worlds. Jews watched their Arab counterparts closely and learned to be astronomers, philosophers, scientists, and poets. This was a time of partial autonomy. As the dhimmis , Jews were free to live in the Islamic world as long as they paid a special tax, the jizya , to Muslim rulers. Jews had their own legal system and social services but were supposed to wear identifying clothing While Jewish communities in Arab and Islamic countries fared better overall than those in Christian lands in Europe at the time, Jews were no strangers to persecution and humiliation among the Arabs and Muslim. In the opinion of

65. Gersonides
As Goldstein has demonstrated, this conjunction was predicted already by IbnEzra, and repeated by abraham bar hiyya in his Megillat haMegalleh where the
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Perhaps no other medieval Jewish philosopher has been so maligned over the centuries as Gersonides (Levi ben Gerson, acronym Ralbag). Indeed, his major philosophical work, Sefer Milhamot Ha-Shem The War of the Lord , 1329), was called " Wars against the Lord " by one of his opponents. Despite the vilification of his position, Gersonides emerges as one of the most significant and comprehensive thinkers in the medieval Jewish tradition. He has been constantly quoted (even if only to be criticized), and, through the works of Hasdai Crecas and others, Gersonides' ideas have influenced such thinkers as Gottfried Wilhelm Leibiniz and Benedict de Spinoza. This article will survey his major contributions to medieval philosophy.

66. Table Of Contents
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In this enlightening study, a noted scholar elucidates the distinguishing characteristics of the works of several Jewish thinkers of the Middle Ages. In addition to summaries of the main arguments and teachings of Moses Maimonides, Isaac Israeli, Judah Halevi, Abraham Ibn Daud, Hillel ben Samuel, Levi ben Gerson, Joseph Albo, and many others, the author offers insightful analyses and commentary. Of particular value to beginners, this volume is also an ever-relevant resource for many issues of scholarly debate.

67. OD Board - Gentile Vs. Jewish Intellects
abraham bar hiyya Ernst Ising Karl Gustav Jacobi John Kemeny Emanuel Lasker EdnaKramer Lassar Benoit Mandelbroit Herman Minkowski Emile Noether Max Noether
OD Board Original Dissent Culture War PDA View Full Version : Gentile vs. Jewish intellects Juan Raymondo Cortez On another thread I argued that there were many Jews in 20th-century physics because Jews (and other non-Europeans) are essentially middlemen, and modern physics simple seized upon the genius insights of earlier mathematicians and applied them to natural phenomena/problems. E.g., Einstein's Theory of Relativity is simply the re-ordering of the mathematics of Reimann. Reimann thought this stuff up right out of his head. Einstein learned it, saw a physics use for it, and today Einstein is a "genius" and Reimann in unknown. And now that AntiYuppie set me straight about genius Werner Heisenberg not being Jewish, my case is even stronger.
So, if it is the mathematics that is a measure of the genius or power of the intellect, let us compare the two groups, Jew and Gentile.
Max Abraham
Jacob Ben Tibbon
Stefan Bergman
Felix Bernstein
Jane S. Birman
Solomon Bochner
Jacob Bronowski
Georg Cantor (half-Jew)
Paul Erdos Rabbi Levi Ben Gershon Marcel Grossman Louise Hay Abraham bar Hiyya Ernst Ising Karl Gustav Jacobi John Kemeny Emanuel Lasker Edna Kramer Lassar Benoit Mandelbroit Herman Minkowski Emile Noether Max Noether George Polya Marina Ratner Gentile mathematicians from JR Cortez: Euclid (Ancient Greek) Pythagoras (Ancient Greek) Pierre de Fermat (French, 1601-1665)

68. Proving Finite Time Based On Finite Knowledge Of God - Forum
I am doing research on abraham bar hiyya (12th century). Is anyone aware of aproof that time is finite, because the knowledge of God cannot be infinite?

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69. Broder's Rare And Used Books Your Internet Bookstore Specializing In Rare And Us
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70. The Moral Society - Chapter 5
of Jews settled and produced great medieval philosophers (eg, Maimonides andIbn Gabirol) and scientists (eg, abraham bar hiyya and Abraham Zacuto).
The Moral Society
Chapter 5 Extrapolation Sections of this chapter

The Most Probable Outcome

The Jews as Historical Catalysts

Ancient Catalysis

Mankind and evolution are at a critical juncture. Man must now deliberately choose to play The Game of Life, dedicate himself to the pursuit of total awareness and create an Ethical State, or he will continue to disintegrate under the forces of bureaucratization and ideology. Both outcomes are "natural." They both represent the evolutionary mechanisms of "joining" and "fanning out" respectively. The scientists of the Renaissance gave man an impetus toward total awareness that has carried him beyond the Earth as well as toward the center of life. We are beginning to understand the basic structure of life. A new Renaissance will enable man to understand the structure of mind. The groping, clumsy quality of the evolutionary force has made man regress from the incipient joining of the Renaissance to the bureaucratization and specialization of today. The fanning out of awareness must be given a focus in order that knowledge may become whole again. In the unity of knowledge and totality of awareness lies the unity of man and the creation of the Moral Society. The scientific investigation of the psychosocial environment is the focal point which will bring knowledge to "ether again and unify man. However, bringing all the sciences to bear on the psychosocial environment poses a problem. It is a problem analogous to a schizophrenic giving himself psychotherapy.

71. ORB Bibliographies: Medieval Spain, 3 Of 4
uMigdal Ha-Emuna de R. abraham bar hiyya ha-Bargeloni, Madrid, 1952. (+ref.Hiyya) Mill s Vallicrosa, Jos Ma., ed., La obra Sefer Hesbon mahlekot
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72. Historia Matematica Mailing List Archive: [HM] Some Leaves From The Scientific J
12 Boaz Tsaban (Bar-Ian University) The area of the circle according to R.abraham bar hiyya. 13 - Lunch break. 15 - Ze ev Barel (Hendrix) Decimal
[HM] Some Leaves from the Scientific Jewish Bookcase
Wed, 9 Dec 1998 12:09:28 +0200 (IST)
Dear friends
While I do not expect many of the readers of this list to come to
Jerusalem specially for the occasion described below (of course if they
do they will be most welcome), I thought I would let you know that
such activities occur.
Best wishes
Avinoam Mann
Some Leaves from the Scientific Jewish Bookcase
A one day gathering on the above topic will take place on Tuesday, December
22nd, in the Edelstein Centre for history and philosophy of science - room 201 of the Levi Building in the Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The talks are expected to last about 40 minutes, leaving time for discussions and coffee between talks. 9:30 - gathering. 10 - Ruth Glasner (Hebrew University): The physics and astronomy of Ralbag. 11 - Shai Simonson (Stonehill): Some unpublished problems of Ralbag.

73. Full Alphabetical Index
Translate this page abraham bar hiyya (641) Abraham, Max (164*) Abu Kamil Shuja (1012) bar Hiyya,Abraham (641) Barbier, Joseph Emile (67) Bari, Nina (403*)
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Abbe , Ernst (602*)
, Niels Henrik (2899*)
bar Hiyya (641)
Abraham, Max

Abu Kamil
Shuja (1012)
Abu Jafar

al-Buzjani (1115)
, Wilhelm (205)
Adams, John Couch

Adams, J Frank

of Bath (1008) Adler , August (114) Adrain , Robert (79*) Adrianus , Romanus (419) Aepinus , Franz (124) Agnesi , Maria (2018*) Ahlfors , Lars (725*) Ahmed ibn Yusuf (660) Ahmes Aida Yasuaki (696) Aiken , Howard (665*) Airy , George (313*) Aitken , Alec (825*) Ajima , Naonobu (144) Akhiezer , Naum Il'ich (248*) al-Baghdadi , Abu (947) al-Banna , al-Marrakushi (861) al-Battani , Abu Allah (1333*) al-Biruni , Abu Arrayhan (3002*) al-Farisi , Kamal (1102) al-Haitam , Abu Ali (2490*) al-Hasib Abu Kamil (1012) al-Haytham , Abu Ali (2490*) al-Jawhari , al-Abbas (627) al-Jayyani , Abu (892) al-Karaji , Abu (1789) al-Karkhi al-Kashi , Ghiyath (1725*) al-Khazin , Abu (1148) al-Khalili , Shams (677) al-Khayyami , Omar (2140*) al-Khwarizmi , Abu (2847*) al-Khujandi , Abu (713) al-Kindi , Abu (1151) al-Kuhi , Abu (1146) al-Maghribi , Muhyi (602) al-Mahani , Abu (507) al-Marrakushi , ibn al-Banna (861) al-Nasawi , Abu (681) al-Nayrizi , Abu'l (621) al-Qalasadi , Abu'l (1247) al-Quhi , Abu (1146) al-Samarqandi , Shams (202) al-Samawal , Ibn (1569) al-Sijzi , Abu (708) al-Tusi , Nasir (1912) al-Tusi , Sharaf (1138) al-Umawi , Abu (1014) al-Uqlidisi , Abu'l (1028) Albanese , Giacomo (282) Albategnius (al-Battani) (1333*)

74. * * * El Huerto Del Nogal * * * - Kabalah - Reencarnación O Guilgul
Translate this page b) abraham bar hiyya, (1150 aprox.) en Meditación del alma triste. c) YehudáhHaleví (1100 aprox.) no menciona el Guilgul en su obra.
Kohelet (Eclesiastés) 1,4: “Una generación se va y otra viene, más la tierra permanece”. Resulta obvio, por lo menos para algunos, destacar que el judaísmo y el cristianismo son resurreccionistas. Por ello la visión de la reencarnación se dificulta en varios sentidos: a) No es oficial ni bien entendida la creencia en la reencarnación y por ello no aceptada. b) No resulta sencillo encontrar antecedentes para justificar su existencia, sobre todo si los mismos apuntan a ser oficiales. c) Sólo en la Kabalah, o en un desprendimiento del judaísmo (el movimiento karaíta, primera etapa de Anan ben David, su fundador en el siglo octavo e.c.), encontramos antecedentes serios. En la Kabalah la reencarnación ocupa un lugar trascendente en líneas de pensamiento importantes, como veremos más adelante. Habíamos mencionado como la Resurrección se relacionaba con un retorno de la muerte con el mismo cuerpo en concordancia al momento final de la vida del mismo. Aquí puede inferirse una cierta indivisibilidad de cuerpo y alma. No debe confundirse con la inmortalidad del alma.

75. Cincinncati Campus Theses A-B, HUC-JIR Libraries
abraham bar hiyya, HANASI, 12th cent. Miller, Mordecai 1974. ABRAHAM BEN MOSES,OF SINZHEIM Roth, Max 1970. ABRAHAM (BIBLICAL PATRIARCH)
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To find the exact location of a thesis, search in the catalog under the author's name. Subjects beginning with: A, AM, B, BIB, ... Top of page AARON, HIGH PRIEST OF ISRAEL
Weinstein, Samuel R. [1982] ABBA ARIKA, CALLED RAB, d. 247
Pilchik, Ely Emanuel [1939] ABBAHU, RABBI, ca. 300
Sternseher, William [1922] ABIMELECH (BIBLICAL CHARACTER)
Steinberg, Richard Michael [1995] ABOAB, ISAAC, 14th cent. MENORAT HA-MAOR
Brooks, Sidney H. [1946] ABORTION (JEWISH LAW)
Susman, Brooks Roger [1974] ABRAHAM BAR HIYYA, HA-NASI, 12th cent.
Miller, Mordecai [1974] ABRAHAM BEN MOSES, OF SINZHEIM
Parr, Jordan M. [1986] ABRAHAM (BIBLICAL PATRIARCH), IN RABBINIC LITERATURE Ingber, Abie [1977] ABRAHAM BEN DAVID, HA-LEVI, ca. 1110-ca. 1180. SEFER HA-KABALAH Steinbach, Alexander Alan, 1894- [1929] ABRAHAM BEN DAVID, OF POSQUIERES, 1125 (ca.)-1198

76. ILAB-LILA On-line Catalogue
Bar Hiyya HaBargeloni, Abraham trans. Jose M. Millas Va LA OBRA FORMA DE LATIERRA DE R. abraham bar hiyya HA-BARGELONI Madrid Instituto Arias Montano

77. Hispánica
Translate this page por el científico abraham bar hiyya que la había calculado para 1135. era de origen musulmán, no judío, aunque ya la utilizó abraham bar hiyya.
Índice general de Hispánica Maimónides YEHUDAH DEN SAMUEL HALEVI

Editorial Rialp. Gran Enciclopedia Rialp, 1991
El Cuzarí La fuente de la inmortalidad:
(Indice) Maimónides EL FILOSOFO Fue, probablemente junto con Yehuda Halevi, el más grande filosofo judío del medioevo. En esa época el pensamiento filosófico era , en general, o bien aristotélico o bien platónico. Maimónides sigue los principios de Aristóteles. Es importante tener en cuenta el ambiente en que surge este personaje, que corresponde a la llamada España de Oro. Ahí se encuentran tres grandes religiones monoteístas; lo que dio lugar, como ocurre en estos casos, a la confrontación de conceptos y experiencias. El Cristianismo, el Islamismo y el Judaísmo confluyen en la España Medieval, creando para los judíos un marco distinto al histórico, al menos al del período bíblico. En la Edad Media el pensamiento filosófico judío trató de armonizar dos cosas fundamentales: la tradición bíblica y el pensamiento helénico clásico. ACERCA DE SUS ESCRITOS Además de las notas insertas en el texto central, agregamos aquí comentarios respecto a algunos de sus escritos que nos parecen interesantes:

78. 1 Ménestrel Histoire Des Sciences Et Des Techniques Moyen Age Middle Ages Histo
Abraham Ibn Ezra , Abraham Savasorda (abraham bar hiyya) , Abulcasim , Al-Abhari,Albatanus , Albiruni , Albumasar , Alcabitius , Alcaeus , Alciphro
Histoire des sciences et des techniques S'orienter sur le web Les domaines de l'histoire des sciences et des techniques
S'orienter sur le web
Portails et listes de liens
Thomas B. Settle, [ IMSS Firenze page Arts and science of the Middle Ages and Renaissance Medieval Sourcebook ... Internet History of Science Sourcebook sont de précieux auxilliaires. Ils sont malheureusement tenus à jour de façon irrégulière comme le laisse penser cette réflexion un peu désabusée de l'auteur en mars 2001 : "this list is now quite out dated. Many links are dead, and there are hundreds of additional resources around. Manual maintence of this list long ago became unfeasible. I do intend to update it, once I have located good links management software." Le vieux Labyrinth ORB The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies de Bob Peckham, le

79. Los Judíos Del Occidente Musulmán: Al-Ándalus Y Sefarad
Tras la colosal figura de abraham bar hiyya, tan importante para la
Número 179 // 9 de Julio de 2002 Raby`al-thani 1423 A.H. AL- ÁNDALUS Los judíos del occidente musulmán: Al-Ándalus y Sefarad Por R.H. Shamsuddín Elía
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Ocho siglos de civilización en España y Portugal (711-1492)
El Doctor en Filosofía y Filología Semítica de la Universidad de Zaragoza, especializado en el pensamiento musulmán andalusí, Joaquín Lomba Fuentes, dice en su libro La raíz semítica de lo europeo (Ediciones Akal, Madrid, 1997): Ante todo, Europa pudo leer por primera vez la ciencia y filosofía griega no sólo tal como en su día fue sino reinterpretada, elaborada y perfeccionada por musulmanes y judíos. (...) Con ello y , como consecuencia, aparece emparejado el tema, de procedencia semita, árabe y judía, cual es el de las relaciones entre fe y filosofía, o razón, entre religión y fe, entre pensamiento humano y revelación. Para Averroes y Maimónides, la filosofía y la religión no se pueden contradecir a pesar de que son autónomas, porque apuntan y llevan a la misma Verdad»

Translate this page *abraham bar hiyya Savasorda de Barcelona (se destaca hacia el año 1130). Se lereconoce más como matemático y astrónomo, pero es el primer filósofo judío
NAVEGACION Historia Judía Elementos de Religión Festividades y Fechas Destacadas Tradiciones ... Espacio de los Lectores ESPACIO DE LOS LECTORES PRESENCIA JUDÍA EN LA FILOSOFÍA
La idea primitiva de resumir en este artículo la trayectoria del pensamiento filosófico Judío, debió desecharse por diversas consideraciones, entre ellas la de espacio. En su reemplazo; aunque hacemos extensivos los alcances respecto a su extensión, profundidad y originalidad; se decidió exponer una sinopsis de la vida y obra de tres personajes de ese conglomerado que se consideran particularmente destacados. El primero de ellos, al que se dedican las siguientes páginas, tuvo especial importancia en múltiples aspectos de la vida Judía, lo que reconocieron generaciones posteriores en una expresión popular de la Edad Media que dice: “ Desde Moshé ( el de la Torá) hasta Moshé (Maimónides), no ha habido ninguno como Moshé”. MAIMONIDES – MOISES ben MAIMON - RAMBAM(1135-1204)
El acrónimo RaMBaM, con que se lo conoce, corresponde a:

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